Join me and renowned wildlife photographer Amy Shutt for an all-day exploration of the up-close world of macro photography. Macro photography is extreme close-up photography, usually of very small subjects including plants, insects, reptiles and amphibians.
According to the organizers, ARCS is a conference designed to examine the practices, technologies, economics, and trends that drive and affect scholarly communication. During the conference, I'll be presenting my dissertation research on the practices of science blogging, as well as moderating a round-table that will discuss the future of blogging as well as social media more generally for scholarly communication.
See the conference program here.
Won't be in Philly during that time? No problem! I've included the PowerPoint that I'll be presenting for my research talk below, and I'll be sure to blog about interesting round-table discussions! Over the next few days, follow the conference on twitter using the hasthag #arcs2015.